• 2015 TOP 100

    How the biggest contractors are preparing for growth

    Companies up and down the Top 100 are busy repositioning themselves for expected growth, but they still have to contend with a tight budget environment and customers focused on cost, efficiency and effectiveness. Read More

  • COMPANIES

    CSC agrees to $190M fine to settle SEC fraud charges

    Computer Sciences Corp. is dishing out $190 million to settle charges that the company and former executives manipulated financial results and concealed problems about the company’s largest contract. Read More

  • TOP CONTRACTS

    Who won May's biggest contracts?

    Contract activity picked up a bit in the fifth month of 2015, with May seeing some pretty substantial awards come to market with ceilings in the billions of dollars. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Where best-value meets low price

    A recent GAO bid protest decision illustrates the risk companies face when their proposals are technically superior but come with a higher price tag. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Former Exelis CEO named to AIA post

    David Melcher has been named president and CEO of AIA less than a week after selling Exelis to Harris Corp. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Northrop Grumman taps new sector VP of operations

    Northrop Grumman has named Kay Rand vice president of operations for the company’s Electronic Systems sector. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    TASC wins $7M contract to support Air Force cyber assessments

    TASC Inc. has won a $7 million contract to provide the Air Force with engineering and technical support. Read More

  • FERC

    SRA wins $85M contract to provide IT services

    SRA International has won an $85 million contract to support the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    GSA adding health IT, cyber to Schedule 70

    RFIs are in the works to add special item numbers to the IT schedule for health IT and cybersecurity. Read More

  • OPINION
    Mark Amtower

    Get ready for the end of fiscal year marketing hype

    As executives and other professionals across the government contracting market focus on maximizing year-end sales, they are also inundated with marketing pitches. Here are six ways to separate the hype from the help. Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Protests still dogging NetCents 2

    The Air Force has again been hit with a bid protest involving the NetCents 2 contract. This time, it's an objection filed by the one contractor to not win a spot on the $7.9 billion Network Operations and Infrastructure contract. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Northrop names two new VPs

    Northrop has promoted Mick Jaggers and Stuart Linsky vice presidents within its organization. Read More

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